Nashville Sessions : World Cafe Nashville Sessions

Nashville Sessions

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Valerie June on World Cafe

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Brothers Osborne on World Cafe

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Our 2020 Nashville Music Recap

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Molly Parden's "Kitchen Table" is featured on the latest list of new music from Nashville by Ann Powers. Jacqueline Justice/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ann Powers - New Nashville Music on World Cafe

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Margo Price On World Cafe

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Hear Waylon Payne's "Shiver" in Ann Power's latest spotlight on Nashville music. James Minchin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ann Powers' Nashville Recommendations For Fall 2020

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The War & Treaty On World Cafe

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Carolina Story On World Cafe

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Nashville New Music - August 2020

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Rissi Palmer's latest album, Seeds, is featured in this roundup of music out of Nashville, Tenn. Jimmy Bruch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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"In the Mountains" from Sarah Siskind's self-produced upcoming album Modern Appalachia, depicts the pastoral pull in a way that's less wistful than bracing. Brian Boskind/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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